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What You'll Get
- $49 for a family membership ($80 value)
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. New members only (new member is one who has not been an active Turtle Bay member in the past 2 years; last active membership would have expired in August of 2013 or before. Both partners on the membership are considered to have been members). Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per household. Must activate membership by expiration. Membership expires 12 months from activation. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Turtle Bay Exploration Park
Sprawling across 300 acres, Turtle Bay Exploration Park has all the space it needs to showcase Northern California's ecosystems as well as the history of its people. Located in Redding, which was named one of the top affordable summer driving destinations by CBS News, this celebration of nature, anthropology, and art starts in the McConnell Arboretum. Its gardens use 200 acres to form a living map of the five major Mediterranean climate zones: Chile, South Africa, Australia, the Mediterranean basin, and California. In addition to providing picturesque views, these gardens use water-wise methods to emphasize the importance of sustainability.
- Paul Bunyan’s Forest Camp displays artifacts and photographs from early lumber camps while also teaching visitors about the local birds and reptiles that continue to thrive in the nearby forests.
- The Turtle Bay Museum helps visitors explore the region's animal life or general scientific topics through rotating exhibits along with a 22,000 square foot aquarium.
- The Sundial Bridge features sweeping, 217-foot pylon that supports the bridge's elegant design while minimizing its environmental impact on the river below.
- Buster Simpson's The Monolith is an installation built inside the ruins of the Kutras Aggregate Plant, which provided the gravel used to create the concrete for Shasta Dam.